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* TurnOfTheMillennium: The film is set [[PeriodPiece during the fall of the early 00's]]. Titanic is still a relatively recent film. Boxy cellphones are becoming more popular, but are not yet ubiquitous. Internet chat rooms are also all the rage, and nobody seems to password-lock their computers or know how to delete their browser history.

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* TurnOfTheMillennium: The film is set [[PeriodPiece during the fall of the early 00's]]. Titanic ''Titanic'' is still a relatively recent film. Boxy cellphones are becoming more popular, but are not yet ubiquitous. Internet chat rooms are also all the rage, and nobody seems to password-lock their computers or know how to delete their browser history.


* BitchInSheepsClothing: Alice's friend Laura initially comes off as a shallow, but not unsupportive friend. However, she quickly latches onto the tossed-salad rumor, despite Alice's honest denial, and then accuses her of using Fr. Murphy's computer for cybersex (which Alice ''did'' do). She ends their friendship and calls Alice a "pervy psycho" in front of the whole retreat, despite Alice doing nothing to her and harmed nobody. Then, she has the audacity to try and act as if nothing happened when Wade is publicly accused of the cybersex, revealing both her homophobia (she insults him by calling him gay) and saying he ''probably'' made up the rumor about him and Alice, meaning she still has zero trust in her ''friend''. By the end of the movie, it's clear Alice is done with her, and just going through the motions.

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* BitchInSheepsClothing: Alice's friend Laura initially comes off as a shallow, but not unsupportive friend. However, she quickly latches onto the tossed-salad rumor, despite Alice's honest denial, and then accuses her of using Fr. Murphy's computer for cybersex (which Alice ''did'' do). She ends their friendship and calls Alice a "pervy psycho" in front of the whole retreat, despite Alice doing nothing to her and harmed harming nobody. Then, Then she has the audacity to try and act as if nothing happened when Wade is publicly accused of the cybersex, revealing both her homophobia (she insults him by calling him gay) and saying he ''probably'' made up the rumor about him and Alice, meaning she still has zero trust in her ''friend''. By the end of the movie, it's clear Alice is done with her, and just going through the motions.


* TurnOfTheMillennium: The film is set during the fall of the early 00's. Titanic is still a relatively recent film. Boxy cellphones are becoming more popular, but are not yet ubiquitous. Internet chat rooms are also all the rage, and nobody seems to password-lock their computers or know how to delete their browser history.

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* TurnOfTheMillennium: The film is set [[PeriodPiece during the fall of the early 00's.00's]]. Titanic is still a relatively recent film. Boxy cellphones are becoming more popular, but are not yet ubiquitous. Internet chat rooms are also all the rage, and nobody seems to password-lock their computers or know how to delete their browser history.


In the early 00's, teenage Alice (Dyer) is attending a co-ed Catholic high school in the American mid-west. After an innocent AOL chat turns racy, she begins to explore masturbation. Determined to suppress her new urges in the face of eternal damnation, she and her best friend, Laura (Reale), attend a weekend retreat hosted by their school priest, Father Murphy (Simons). Drama and hilarity ensue.

The film is semi-autobiographical, based upon Maine's own experiences attending a catholic high school in her youth. It premiered at SXSW 2019. After achieving favorable reviews, it was distributed in selected drive-in theaters and virtual cinemas on July 24, 2020. It later launched digitally and on video on demand on July 28, 2020. The film subsequently acquired by Netflix, and made available on October 22, 2020.

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In the early 00's, teenage Alice (Dyer) is attending a co-ed Catholic high school in the American mid-west.Midwest. After an innocent AOL chat turns racy, she begins to explore masturbation. Determined to suppress her new urges in the face of eternal damnation, she and her best friend, Laura (Reale), attend a weekend retreat hosted by their school priest, Father Murphy (Simons). Drama and hilarity ensue.

The film is semi-autobiographical, based upon Maine's own experiences attending a catholic Catholic high school in her youth. It premiered at SXSW 2019. After achieving favorable reviews, it was distributed in selected drive-in theaters and virtual cinemas on July 24, 2020. It later launched digitally and on video on demand on July 28, 2020. The film subsequently was acquired by Netflix, and made available on October 22, 2020.



* ADateWithRosiePalms: The theme. Alice is just beginning to explore her body, and ends up using a variety of implements, including her cell phone set to vibrate, a broom handle, and finally her family's neck-massager, to arouse herself. Her school, and particularly Fr. Murphy, are adamant that this is a Hell-worthy sin, but Alice later catches Fr. Murphy engaging in it himself, to internet porn.



* {{Epigraph}}: The film opens with [[Literature/TheBible a quote from Revelation]] about sexual deviance, followed by [[DictionaryOpening a pair of dictionary definitions]] for both the literal "tossed salad" and the slang "salad tossing."

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* ADateWithRosiePalms: The theme. Alice is just beginning to explore her body, and ends up using a variety of implements, including her cell phone set to vibrate, a broom handle, and finally her family's neck-massager, to arouse herself. Her school, and particularly Fr. Murphy, are adamant that this is a Hell-worthy sin, but Alice later catches Fr. Murphy engaging in it himself, to internet porn.
* {{Epigraph}}: The film opens with [[Literature/TheBible [[AsTheGoodBookSays a quote from Revelation]] about sexual deviance, followed by [[DictionaryOpening a pair of dictionary definitions]] for both the literal "tossed salad" and the slang "salad tossing."



* ThePeepingTom: Alice doesn't intentionally go searching for these situations, but twice stumbles upon viewing people doing naughty things and decides to watch. It contributes heavily with her disillusionment of the church, as everyone breaking the rules while shaming her for doing just that.

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* ThePeepingTom: Alice doesn't intentionally go searching for these situations, but twice stumbles upon viewing people doing naughty things and decides to watch. It contributes heavily with her disillusionment of the church, as everyone everyone's breaking the rules while shaming her for doing just that.

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* AntiClimax: The film never addresses who started the rumor about Alice and Wade or why they did it.


* {{Epigraph}}: The film opens with a quote from Revelation about sexual deviance, followed by [[DictionaryOpening a pair of dictionary definitions]] for both the literal "tossed salad" and the slang "salad tossing."

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* {{Epigraph}}: The film opens with [[Literature/TheBible a quote from Revelation Revelation]] about sexual deviance, followed by [[DictionaryOpening a pair of dictionary definitions]] for both the literal "tossed salad" and the slang "salad tossing."

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* {{Epigraph}}: The film opens with a quote from Revelation about sexual deviance, followed by [[DictionaryOpening a pair of dictionary definitions]] for both the literal "tossed salad" and the slang "salad tossing."


* ADateWithRosiePalms: The theme. Alice is just beginning to explore her body, and ends up using a variety of implements, including her cell phone set to vibrate, a broom handle, and finally her family's neck-massager. Her school, and particularly Fr. Murphy, are adamant that this is a Hell-worthy sin, but Alice later catches Fr. Murphy engaging in it himself, to internet porn.

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* ADateWithRosiePalms: The theme. Alice is just beginning to explore her body, and ends up using a variety of implements, including her cell phone set to vibrate, a broom handle, and finally her family's neck-massager.neck-massager, to arouse herself. Her school, and particularly Fr. Murphy, are adamant that this is a Hell-worthy sin, but Alice later catches Fr. Murphy engaging in it himself, to internet porn.



* CovertPervert: Near the end of the movie, Alice walks in on [[spoiler:the upstanding conservative Father Murphy]] secretly watching porn on his computer.



* NaughtyByNight: Alice is a shy Catholic girl who is obedient and prudish in public (despite her classmates spreading rumors otherwise), but has a secret lustful side that she's only recently discovered. Whenever she's alone, she feels compelled to masturbate just to let out her feelings.



* SlutShaming: The school administration heavily indoctrinate this behavior into its students. Father Murphy is especially bad, emphasizing it in his "Ethics" class. Subsequently, the school is rife with bullying behavior based on the concept, which the administration ignores. The retreat is even worse.

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* SlutShaming: The school administration heavily indoctrinate this behavior into its students. Father Murphy is especially bad, emphasizing it in his "Ethics" class."Morality" class where he shuns anybody who has sex before marriage as violating God's will. Subsequently, the school is rife with bullying behavior based on the concept, which the administration ignores. The retreat is even worse.

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* MistakenForGay: [[spoiler:Wade]] is assumed to be gay when Father Murphy thinks he was the one using the Father's computer for cybersex (it was really Alice).

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* CassandraTruth: The entire film a rumor that Alice "tossed the salad" with Wade despite nothing happening or even knowing what the phrase even means. Whether she did it or not didn't seem to matter, as by then everyone in the school thinks they had sex and lords it over her.


''Yes, God, Yes'' is a 2019 American Comedy-Drama, starring Creator/NataliaDyer, and is the directional debut of Creator/KarenMaine. It is based on the 2017 short film of the same name, also starring Dyer and directed by Maine. The film costars Creator/TimothySimons, Creator/WolfgangNovogratz, Creator/FrancescaReale, and Creator/DonnaLynneChamplin.

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''Yes, God, Yes'' is a 2019 American Satirical Comedy-Drama, starring Creator/NataliaDyer, and is the directional debut of Creator/KarenMaine. Creator/KarenMaine, who also wrote it. It is based on the 2017 short film of the same name, also starring Dyer and directed written/directed by Maine. The film costars Creator/TimothySimons, Creator/WolfgangNovogratz, Creator/FrancescaReale, and Creator/DonnaLynneChamplin.



The film premiered at SXSW 2019. After achieving good reviews, it was distributed in selected drive-in theaters and virtual cinemas on July 24, 2020. It later launched digitally and on video on demand on July 28, 2020. The film subsequently acquired by Netflix, and made available on October 22, 2020.

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The film is semi-autobiographical, based upon Maine's own experiences attending a catholic high school in her youth. It premiered at SXSW 2019. After achieving good favorable reviews, it was distributed in selected drive-in theaters and virtual cinemas on July 24, 2020. It later launched digitally and on video on demand on July 28, 2020. The film subsequently acquired by Netflix, and made available on October 22, 2020.


* ADateWithRosiePalms: The theme. Alice is just beginning to explore her body, and ends up using a variety of implements, including her cell phone set to vibrate, a broom handle, and finally her family's neck-massager. Her school, and particularly Fr. Murphy, are adamant that this is a Hell-worthy sin, but Alice later catches Fr. Murphy engaging in it himself to internet porn.
* BitchInSheepsClothing: Alice's friend Laura initially comes off as a shallow, but not unsupportive friend. However, she quickly latches on to the tossed-salad rumor, despite Alice's honest denial, and then accuses her of using Fr. Murphy's computer for cybersex (which Alice ''did'' do). She ends their friendship and calls Alice a "pervy-psycho" in front of the whole retreat, despite Alice doing nothing to her and harmed no-one. Then, she has the audacity to try and act as if nothing happened when Wade is publicly accused of the cybersex, revealing both her homophobia by insulting him and saying he ''probably'' made up the rumor about him and Alice, meaning she still has zero trust in her ''friend''. By the end of the movie, it's clear Alice is done with her, and going through the motions.
* FramingTheGuiltyParty: Type 3. When Alice realizes Wade has no intention of denying the mean rumors about their supposed dalliance, and finds that his "Promise" bracelet has accidentally fallen off, she decides to get back at him. She ends up hiding the bracelet under Fr. Murphy's computer keyboard, after he discovered that someone (Alice) had used his computer to go log-onto an explicit chatroom. Murphy subsequently accuses Wade of the act, and Wade can do nothing but splutter denials, which makes the campers begin to doubt the validity of the original rumor.
* GossipEvolution: Alice and her classmate Wade attended the same house party together. Somehow a rumor spread that they spent time in the house's sauna. This quickly spirals into a rumor that they hooked-up in said sauna, to the point that Alice "tossed his salad" (Anilingus). Within a few days, Alice is considered the school slut, as Wade, despite having an irate girlfriend, has done nothing to deny it.
* {{Hypocrite}}: The Kirkos retreat is full of them. The priest is watching internet porn while preaching God's zero-tolerance for masturbation, the counselors are having sex with the campers while spouting the wonders of abstinence, and malicious rumors are spread in a retreat the talks about trust and friendship. However, it's emphasized that this isn't wholly the fault of those involved, but partially a bi-product of an environment that shames people them for their natural sexual urges.
* ThePeepingTom: Alice doesn't intentionally go searching for these situations, but twice stumbles upon viewing people doing naughty things and decides to watch. It contributes heavily with her disillusionment of the church.
* PoorMansPorn: Alice likes watching the famous sex scene from ''Film/Titanic1997'' over and over again. The movie ends with her realizing she can combine the experience with her family's back-massager.

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* ADateWithRosiePalms: The theme. Alice is just beginning to explore her body, and ends up using a variety of implements, including her cell phone set to vibrate, a broom handle, and finally her family's neck-massager. Her school, and particularly Fr. Murphy, are adamant that this is a Hell-worthy sin, but Alice later catches Fr. Murphy engaging in it himself himself, to internet porn.
* BitchInSheepsClothing: Alice's friend Laura initially comes off as a shallow, but not unsupportive friend. However, she quickly latches on to onto the tossed-salad rumor, despite Alice's honest denial, and then accuses her of using Fr. Murphy's computer for cybersex (which Alice ''did'' do). She ends their friendship and calls Alice a "pervy-psycho" "pervy psycho" in front of the whole retreat, despite Alice doing nothing to her and harmed no-one. nobody. Then, she has the audacity to try and act as if nothing happened when Wade is publicly accused of the cybersex, revealing both her homophobia by insulting (she insults him by calling him gay) and saying he ''probably'' made up the rumor about him and Alice, meaning she still has zero trust in her ''friend''. By the end of the movie, it's clear Alice is done with her, and just going through the motions.
* FramingTheGuiltyParty: Type 3. When Alice realizes Wade has no intention of denying the mean rumors about their supposed dalliance, and finds that his "Promise" bracelet has accidentally fallen off, she decides to get back at him. She ends up hiding hides the bracelet under Fr. Murphy's computer keyboard, after he discovered that someone (Alice) had used his computer to go log-onto an explicit chatroom. Murphy subsequently accuses Wade of the act, and Wade can do nothing but splutter denials, which makes the campers begin to doubt the validity of the original rumor.
* GossipEvolution: Prior to the start of the film, Alice and her classmate Wade attended the same house party together.party. Somehow a rumor spread that they spent time in the house's sauna. This quickly spirals into a rumor that they hooked-up in said sauna, to the point that Alice "tossed his salad" (Anilingus). Within a few days, Alice is considered the school slut, as Wade, despite having an irate girlfriend, has done nothing to deny it.
the rumor.
* {{Hypocrite}}: The Kirkos retreat is full of them. The priest is watching internet porn while preaching God's zero-tolerance for masturbation, the counselors are having sex sleeping with the campers each other while spouting the wonders of abstinence, and malicious rumors are spread in a retreat the talks about trust and friendship. However, it's emphasized that this isn't wholly the fault of those involved, but partially a bi-product of an environment that shames people them for their natural sexual urges.
* ThePeepingTom: Alice doesn't intentionally go searching for these situations, but twice stumbles upon viewing people doing naughty things and decides to watch. It contributes heavily with her disillusionment of the church.
church, as everyone breaking the rules while shaming her for doing just that.
* PoorMansPorn: Alice likes watching the famous sex scene from ''Film/Titanic1997'' over and over again. The movie She ends with her the film after realizing she can combine the experience with her family's back-massager.



* TurnOfTheMillennium: The film is set during the fall of the early 00's. Titanic is still a relatively recent film. Cellphones are becoming more popular, but are not yet ubiquitous, and are still boxy. Internet chat rooms are also all the rage, and nobody seems to password their computers or know how to delete their browser history.

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* TurnOfTheMillennium: The film is set during the fall of the early 00's. Titanic is still a relatively recent film. Cellphones Boxy cellphones are becoming more popular, but are not yet ubiquitous, and are still boxy. ubiquitous. Internet chat rooms are also all the rage, and nobody seems to password password-lock their computers or know how to delete their browser history.


* PoorMansPorn: Alice likes watching the famous sex scene from ''Film/Titanic'' over and over again. The movie ends with her realizing she can combine the experience with her family's back-massager.

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* PoorMansPorn: Alice likes watching the famous sex scene from ''Film/Titanic'' ''Film/Titanic1997'' over and over again. The movie ends with her realizing she can combine the experience with her family's back-massager.

Added DiffLines:

* BitchInSheepsClothing: Alice's friend Laura initially comes off as a shallow, but not unsupportive friend. However, she quickly latches on to the tossed-salad rumor, despite Alice's honest denial, and then accuses her of using Fr. Murphy's computer for cybersex (which Alice ''did'' do). She ends their friendship and calls Alice a "pervy-psycho" in front of the whole retreat, despite Alice doing nothing to her and harmed no-one. Then, she has the audacity to try and act as if nothing happened when Wade is publicly accused of the cybersex, revealing both her homophobia by insulting him and saying he ''probably'' made up the rumor about him and Alice, meaning she still has zero trust in her ''friend''. By the end of the movie, it's clear Alice is done with her, and going through the motions.


* TurnOfTheMillenium: The film is set during the fall of the early 00's. Titanic is still a relatively recent film. Cellphones are becoming more popular, but are not yet ubiquitous, and are still boxy. Internet chat rooms are also all the rage, and nobody seems to password their computers or know how to delete their browser history.

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* TurnOfTheMillenium: TurnOfTheMillennium: The film is set during the fall of the early 00's. Titanic is still a relatively recent film. Cellphones are becoming more popular, but are not yet ubiquitous, and are still boxy. Internet chat rooms are also all the rage, and nobody seems to password their computers or know how to delete their browser history.

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